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want to show you what's going on with brian sullivan. he's walking with some of the ceos that have just come out of the white house. let's listen in. >> we employ a lot of the people in this country and around the world. there's nothing that i can say more importantly than a solution to this problem is paramount. that will require we give on all sides. >> do you believe we'll get a solution? >> absolutely. i'm done. we'll get a solution. excuse me. thank you, sir. >> everybody belongs back over here. >> all right. as you saw, that was ursula burns, the ceo of xerox. we'll get back to brian when some of those ceos come out. you just heard her say she's expecting a decision to happen on the fiscal cliff. jobs and the american people are the number one priority, should be the number one priority. the problem is we have not seen evidence of any compromise just yet. that's what we're trying to figure out. will we have a compromise by year end, or will dividend taxes go from 15% to 43%? the fiscal cliff includes taxes going much higher and dividends will go to ordinary income. then you have t
away. cnbc's brian sullivan will have the numbers next on "morning joe." we'll be right back. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ humans -- even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. which is why, at liberty mutual insurance, auto policies come with new car replacement and accident forgiveness if you qualify. see what else comes standard at libertymutual.com. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? >>> here they are. the unemployment report was out seconds ago. the numbers from cnbc's brian sullivan live from cnbc's global headquarters. >> they are better than expected. 179,000 for the month. that is 46,000 more than the estimate or at least some of the estimates. the unemployment rate 7.9% so still under the 8% mark. i think the two better numbers are the fact that there were some prior revisions that were revised higher as well, mika. and you've also got the better data on hourly working so basically -- kind of waiting for the government report to actually update on its own website rather than go with the headlines. 1
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. that's why we go to you. ty, back to you. >>> brian sullivan has breaking news on a major shakeup at boeing. brian? >> layoffs are coming at boeing, tyler. although we don't know how many. here are the headlines. boeing in a memo obtained by reuters telling employees they will be looked to cut costs by $1.6 billion between next year and 2015. they will reduce the number of divisions from 13 to 10 and that will also reduce the number of jobs, as well as managerial jobs. perhaps by as much as 10%. again, all this coming from a memo that was sent to employees that was obtained by reuters. boeing saying it does see some layoffs, though it can't pinpoint the exact number. boeing in the memo saying this is all part of a continued affordability drive because you guys know as well as i do, tyler, that with this news today, the threat of possible sequestration, the fiscal cliff is going to be some theories out there about why the announcement is coming out. boeing making it known this is part of a plan where they've already cut $2.2 billion in costs from 2010. still, not good news for boei
. fiscal cliff will obviously be one of the top topics this hour. brian sullivan, eamon javers, john harwood is working his way into the white house right now for that news conference. they are all gathered with me. brian, we're going to begin with you. >> this is a big day at the white house. this is a big week at the white house regarding the fiscal cliff, guys. and today, 12 top ceo are coming here to the white house to meet with the president, anything from walmart to duke energy to ursula burns of xerox and nine others. they will gather up, they will huddle up and exchange ideas to try to find a fix for the fiscal cliff. the question is, how much is the president willing to give on spending cuts, how much is the gop willing to perhaps give on tax increases and revenue enhancements, and what will the ceos say, ask and demand? eamon javers here also at the white house as we have full team coverage and he has got the ceo part of the story. >> brian, i think one of the key questions going into this ceo meeting as we wait their arrival on the north lawn of the white house is how do t
were paying attention to notre dame/usc. but brian sullivan and i were watching the wahoos of virginia. you have a very special edition of "street signs" coming up. >>> thank you, tyler, coming up on "street signs" for the next three days, it is our recovery road trip. we are counting you down to the three best cities for the stock market over the past year. today we are in the third place city for the market. stocks here averaged a return of 20%. i'm not going to give too much away but i will say this -- the stands behind me, they sometimes cheer for a guy that went to virginia tech. find out who it is. the companies. a bunch of awesome guests. mandy and i are coming up on "street signs," kicking off the recovery road trip, three cities, three days. it is going to be delicious. at least it already has been for me today and you'll see why. coming up. >> thanks, brian sullivan. we'll tune in at the top of the hour. >>> more now on the big story of the day. the holiday shopping season and what it means for retailers and shoppers with tablets stealing the show. so far this holiday season,
you very much. >> business before the bell with brian sullivan next on "morning joe." restore revive rejuvenate rebuild rebuild rebuild she's looking for some gifts at toys r us. think you can get similar items at walmart for a lower price? i don't know. let's go see. disney princess bike -- $58. over $11 less than toys r us. wow! that's great. and assembly's free. toys r us charges 10 bucks. that's awesome! razor electric scooter. no way! it's a savings of over 30 bucks! oh -- that is awesome! on those two items -- you could save $42.98 versus toys r us. that is so good! i know! see for yourself -- bring in your christmas list and see how much you could save on the brands you want. walmart. part of a whole new line of tablets from dell. it's changing the conversation. ♪ bp has paid overthe people of bp twenty-threeitment to the gulf. billion dollars to help those affected and to cover cleanup costs. today, the beaches and gulf are open, and many areas are reporting their best tourism seasons in years. and bp's also committed to america. we support nearly 250,000 jobs and invest mo
's used as a mobile application. brian sullivan is want alone in his battle with post traumatic stress disorder. the veterans affairs estimates more than half of new veterans are seeking treatment for war-related mental disorders. >> i was always angry. i had outbursts with my wife and i was having difficulty sleeping. >> anxiety. >> reporter: so sullivan turned to something called p.e. coach, a unuke smart phone app designed by the defense department to help soldiers recover from ptsd. >> they are asked to a recording of them reliving the memory of what is haunting them daily, as part of their homework. >> reporter: they listen to their own therapy sessions to help them relive and therefore overcome their fears. therapists use the same program to help keep soldiers on track, monitoring their progress. it's an emerming trend, where technology can help reduce post combat stress. >> it makes sense to leverage the capabilities of these devices to support their health care needs. >> you are getting to understand what went wrong -- and you don't have anything wrong. you are not the average
a -- some of them an app could be the key to recovery. >> reporter: retired army staff sergeant brian sullivan is not alone in his battle with post- traumatic stress disorder. veterans affairs estimates more than half of new veterans are seeking treatment for war related mental disorders. >> i was getting angry. it's outbursts with my wife and i was having difficulty sleeping. >> anxiety and sleep problems. >> reporter: he turned to pe coach a unique smart phone app designed by the defense department to help soldiers recover from ptsd. >> in this treatment they are asked to listen to the recording of them revisiting the memory of what's haunting them daily. as part of their homework. >> reporter: they listened to recordings of their therapy sessions to help them relive and therefore overcome their fears.therapists use the same program to help keep sold years on track by monitoring -- soldiers on track by monitoring progress. it's an emerging trend where technology can help reduce post combat stress. >> it makes sense to leverage the capabilities and destria's support health care need
my phone number. can't blame them for that certainly. >>> now to brian sullivan for what's coming up on a very special edition of "street signs" today. hi, brian. >> hey, sue. it is going to be champagne wishes and caviar dreams on "street signs" today because our recovery road trip wraps up. we are in the number one city for the stock market over the past year. all ten stocks at our cnbc index were higher year over year. we have got a great guest lineup. we've got the mayor, some ceos, we've got a billionaire who owns a local football team. i can't give it away because you'd know where i am. we have the beluga, it is going to be a whale of a show. whale of a show. >> indeed, a whale of a show. have fun! we'll see you at 2:00 p.m. >>> ceos are meetsing with congressional leaders to discuss fixing our fiscal mess. they are expected to hold a news conference just moments from now as you look at that podium. we're looking at the power players in washington and asking their constituents whether or not they are rising above to help solve this fiscal cliff issue. jane wells is in los angel
city because brian sullivan is there. he's going to tell us also the results in the senate. over to you, brian. >> yeah, thank you very much, maria. listen, i mean, right now there's certainly going to be talk tomorrow for everything you're hitting on. the unemployment rate is still too high. will we get a deal on the fiscal cliff? i can bring you color from here. not the blue and red on the map, i'm talking about the crowd. when those results you announced at the top of 11:00 came out, an audible cheer, chants of "four more years," people hugging over here, cars honking over here. i can't speak for the rest of the country, maybe with the exception of chicago. there's a lot of jubilation right here in democracy plaza. you can tell this yehere arounds a very pro-obama crowd. i think you bring up a great point. when we wake up tomorrow morning, we're still in for a mess of fiscal cliff trouble and we're still pretty much back to where we were and i want to put it back to you guys in the studio. when we look back on this election, how much will that drop below 8% unemployment a few months
impact on its profitability. brian sullivan is following that story for us. >> yeah, bill. kiep kind of an interesting story. you think the stock would be selling off dramatically, but it's not. here's the news. we know cell service has been spotty for everybody, not just verizon. they said, listen, this is going to be a significant impact on the fourth quarter, both from the landline business and the cell phone business as well. we don't know how big. they didn't quantify significant. you look at the stock, it's only down a percent. in the same regulatory filing, they said they're going to save $500 million from new union deals they just made. so maybe the market balancing those two things out. >> all right. thank you so much. so should you buy verizon on this weakness or look at at&t? maybe both are bad bets right now. on the heels of that, we do "talking numbers." looking at the technicals with ennis tanner with riskreversal.com. on the fundamental side, david burkes. he joins us from louisville, kentucky. good to have you on the program. david, let me kick this off with you. who
army staff sergeant brian sullivan isn't alone in his battle with post traumatic stress disorder. veterans affairs estimates more than half of new veterans are seeking treatment far war related mental disorders. >> i was always getting angry, i had outbursts with my wife and i was having difficulty sleeping. so, sullivan turned to something called p.e. coach, a unique smart phone app developed by the defense department to help soldiers recover from ptsd. >> they're asked to listen to a recording of the memory of what's haunting them daily, as part of their homework. >> they listen to recordings of their own therapy sessions to help them relive and therefore, overcome their fears. therapists use the same program to help keep soldiers on track by monitoring their progress. progress. >> it's an emerging trend where technology can help reduce post combat stress. >> this makes sense to leverage the capability of these devices it support their health care needs. >> you're getting to understand what went wrong, and that you don't have anything wrong. it's just, you are not the average p
. 2% say i'm investing overseas. 52% say i'm doing nothing. nothing! brian sullivan is here with what's coming up on "street signs." >>> sounds like my effort on the show today. 52% doing nothing. how's that any different than any other day? i'm kidding. >>> we're going to rise above the politics of the cliff. we are looking for solutions with the president of the business roundtable and chairman of the house republican policy committee. the dow has lost 29 days in 20 days of trading. but we have names that have bucked the down trend. >>> did the sandy gas lines get you thinking about buying a hybrid? well, we did the math. we're going to show you how long it would take to recoup the higher sticker price. answer is this -- a really long time. now back to simon and tyler on "power lunch." >> i still love my prius, brian. >>> cream filling inside sponge cake on the outside! the twinkie, an american passion. on the verge now of extinction and the company is pointing one very sticky finger at its union. kayla tausche on the case and inside the box. kayla? >> well, tyler, it is the end of
neither side. time to call greece? now let's see what's coming up on "street signs." brian sullivan has the answer. >>> thank you very much. >>> coming up on "street signs" -- john olympic fee. we spoke to him by phone a couple of weeks ago on the run in belize. robert frank getting him back on the phone. they will -- he will join us, maybe they, he apparently is on the run with somebody else now, too. by phone at 2:00 eastern time. >>> plus, "the new york times" headline says people are paying less in taxes than they were in 1980. it is half right. we'll dig into both sides of the story with the author. >>> and should detroit be dissolved, just completely rolled into the county or even the state. one state senator says yeah. is he our guest. big "street signs" coming up in a few minutes. >> couple of very interesting stories there, brian. >>> let's go to eamon javers with some new developments on the fiscal cliff. >> well, the "wall street journal's" just released some new details here from mitch mcconnell, the senate republican leader. they say mcconnell is floating a couple of new id
that way, the ceo of dow chemical and brian sullivan is anchoring our coverage from d.c. where he joins us now. >> interesting what scott cohen said as well. the ceo of walmart will be here today. their mexican operation was engaged in some alleged issues in mexico. in all there will be 12 ceos today including the ones you just mentioned and they are pushing for a fiscal cliff resolution. that's going to be the key. if you listen to these ceos, they will tell you one to the man or woman, listen, this is hurting confidence. it's hurting our ability to spend money. it's hurting our ability to grow and grow the economy. and they want a fix of some kind as soon as possible. that's why 12 ceos are meeting with the president today. we expect the meeting around 2:30 p.m. eastern time. not sure how long the meeting will last. ceos will come out. that's why i'm here. i'll try to grab a few and get comments and what was said, did they reach any kind of conclusion on how to fix the fiscal cliff and are we any closer to getting this big problem, perhaps a trillion dollar problem finally put behind us,
for being here. for putting up with mika. >> i'm not a suckup. brian sullivan is next with business before the bell. keep it here. into their work, their name on the door, and their heart into their community. small business saturday is a day to show our support. a day to shop at stores owned by our friends and neighbors. and do our part for the businesses that do so much for us. on november 24th, let's get out and shop small. he loves risk. but whether he's climbing everest, scuba diving the great barrier reef with sharks, or jumping into the market, he goes with people he trusts, which is why he trades with a company that doesn't nickel and dime him with hidden fees. so he can worry about other things, like what the market is doing and being ready, no matter what happens, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense, from td ameritrade. >>> welcome back to "morning joe. ". >> it's begun. >> on november 28th. very excited about that. >> is that an angel on the top, a little chocolate version on top. >> i was thinking a dollar bill. a dollar sign actually. speaking of which it's now
with the people around him. that's the real challenge he has. >> it's brian sullivan. can you change a customer's mindset? can you bring in an entirely new type of customer to a store? >> you can. the problem is when you try to bring in a new customer, you lose all of the old customers because what he's trying to do is trying to get somebody who is not there now and the transition to get people to finally say i like this idea. i'm sure people like -- i've been through the stores. they look very good. again, it's a value orientation that's key thing. that's why you see people lined up at 4:00 in the morning or at 7:00 at night to see the store opening at 8:00. people want those deals. i think unless you have a unique product that an apple product that no one else has, it's very difficult for you to dictate price. you have to be competitively priced all the time in regular price or sale price, that's a key that makes people move your product. they do not have unique product. they may try to get more unique product in. the time frame is going to take to do that, he has a better idea than that, he'
good to get you on the air, e. thanks so much. ed lazear from palo alto. >> brian sullivan at headquarters. big news in the online travel site. >> reporter: everybody was calling for a disaster in europe, maybe from price line and trip adviser. that is not the case. both these names are soaring. expedia up and the price line earnings soared, up 27%. not nearly the amount in europe some had feared. trip adviser's earnings rose 9.3%. they had broad based revenue broet. maybe a little bright side. especially in europe. people probably thought no one would travel to europe again and every hotel would go out of business. maybe people are taking advantage to spend a little money. >>> we have an exclusive with the trip adviser coming up later in the show. apple's ipad mini is met with much smaller lines than usual and not just in the northeast. the details up next. and hurricane sandy's wrath leaving much of lower manhattan in ruins and certainly in the dark as people are still trying to assess the damage done. up next we'll talk to the president and ceo of silverstein properties,
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minutes. and brian sullivan drove past it yesterday and said the line was at least 200 cars deep. similar scenes like there are being played out all over new jersey as well as long island. residents driving across state lines to find gas, others expressing increasing frustration with the situation. >> impossible. can't get it. and we have no lights on, so i have to get a gas can for a generator. >> it's a game. we have so much gas right down the street in elizabeth. no reason we can't have gas. >> reporter: but there is a reason. yesterday just from personal experience, i drove around morris town for two hours before i found gasoline. most only selling diesel at this point. the reasons for the lines are different this time. and here's why. first of all, there is no power at the retail outlets. a number just can't open. second of all, at some of the retail outlets, there may not be supply because they've already pulled out. but most importantly, there have been pow and flooding issues at the terminals in new jersey and long island. the gasoline then delivered to those retail outlets. so so
cliff is affecting all aspects of business. our brian sullivan is kicking off his recovery road trip today. and while we can't tell you exactly where he is yet. he's been talking with small business owners about how they're preparing for the cliff. take a look. >>> all right. thanks, everybody. listen, i can't say where i am, that's going to be the big reveal. we are here part of our road trip speaking about the economy, the fiscal cliff. now that the election is over, we're here with mark. we're going to give all your information later, but if i say your name and company, people are going to know where we are. we're not going to give that. you run a marketing company and a branding firm. how has your business gone now that the election is over and as we head toward the fiscal cliff? >> well, our business has been robust and continues to be robust. so far, it hasn't been impacted at all. we're actually looking forward to a pretty good 2013. >> are your clients saying, hey, mark, i want to give you more business, but i'm worried about this fiscal cliff thing. i'm worried about taxes,
a blizzard of snow balls. it's very unfortunate that it's a dispirited place. brian sullivan doing his show from there was the highlight. >> we'll leave it there. we look forward to seeing you in a few minutes. >> coming up, we'll try to reach common ground on a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff. the last word from our guest hosts ed lazear and don peebles is next. >> tomorrow on "squawk box," 30 minutes with the oracle of omaha. warren buffett will join us to talk about the looming fiscal cliff and the buffett tax. you can't afford to miss "squawk box" starting tomorrow at 6:00 a.m. eastern. if you think running a restaurant is hard, try running four. fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. you have to dig a little. fidelity's etf market tracker shows you the big picture on how different asset classes are performing, and it lets you go in for a closer look at
liberal president. i am sure brian, who knows what a liberal looks like, knows that president obama is not a liberal president. there are people like andrew sullivan, who is a conservative who says that barack obama is really a conservative. the republicans are radical and obama is really a conservative in terms of the things he advocates for. i would say there is a conflict that is probably going to be exacerbated. there will be a lot of tension between two things -- one is that the biggest influence of the tea party, their supporters, has come from defeating republican incumbents in republican primaries. for example, this year, richard lugar was defeated by instead a person was nominated who was a -- who defeated lugar and was a tea party person who said his idea of compromise was the democrats coming over to his point of view. in missouri, i have to limit that claire mccaskill is a very clever politician. she did spend $2 million of her own money to get todd akin the republican nomination. if the republicans -- what used to be called the republican establishment was more on their
that brian knows this. there are people like andrew sullivan who are identified conservatives who say that barack obama is really a conservative. and that is really a conservative in terms of the things he advocates more. i would say that there is a concept that is probably going to be exacerbated. a lot of tension will be built between two things. the first is that the biggest influence of the tea party and their supporters has come from defeating republican incumbent in republican primaries. for example, this year, richard lugar was defeated by murdoch and the state of indiana. if he had been renominated by the republicans, that race would have totally disappeared. no one would talk about it. there would be no news stories about it. it would be nothing. it would be disappeared. instead, the person was nominated who defeated richard lugar and was a tea party person who said that his idea of compromise was the democrats coming over to his point of view. now, in missouri, i have to admit that clair mccaskill is a very clever politician and she did spend $2 million of her own money to g
. a short brian knows what the president looks like feels the same way. there are people like andrew there are people like andrew sullivan who is a
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